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1. Ontario government snubs commercial real estate
The Ontario government has pledged to recirculate revenue derived from the pending cap-and-trade system, but not all sectors are in line for an equitable share of the proceeds. Commercial real estate operators have been largely excluded from incentives outlined in the newly released Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP), even though they’ll soon be absorbing the flow-through cost of carbon emission allowances in natural gas prices.
2. Restoration efforts key in Fort McMurray
Now that the smoke has cleared over Fort McMurray, restoration companies are helping to rebuild communities.
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3. How TD Bank HQ achieved WELL certification
TD Bank Group and Cadillac Fairview recently got together to discuss their partnership on an interiors project at TD Centre. The project earned the world's first v1 certification under the WELL Building Standard.
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4. Quebec City condo to allow Airbnb-style rentals
Condos LB9, a new $150-million condominium development to be located in Quebec City, is the first project in Canada with a condominium agreement that specifically allows units to be rented short-term.
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5. Multi-unit starts expected to slow in 2016
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation released its Q2 Housing Market Outlook (HMO), which highlights important regional differences in housing activity.
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